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Rhyl bridge plugs gap in cycle route and coastal path

22 October 2013 Last updated at 12:44 BST

A £4.3m pedestrian and cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour is opening on Tuesday, providing the last link in a cycle route running right across the north Wales coast.

The Pont-y-Ddraig bridge provides an alternative to the Blue Bridge road route further along the harbour and is part of a regeneration scheme.

Sustrans Wales part-funded the bridge, and director Jane Lorimer told Chris Dearden of BBC Radio Wales they hoped it will boost non-car travel in the area.

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